Four-star cornerback Bobby Wolfe is back on the recruiting trail after he decommitted from Texas A&M earlier this month. He said he now is in no rush to make a college decision.
Wolfe (6 feet 1, 180 pounds), from Houston Madison, is one of the top-25 corners in the nation and a top-225 prospect overall. He has offers from all over the country and remains interested in Texas A&M.
“I’m not going to commit again anytime soon,” he told GN. “I’ll drop a top five sometime this summer.”
Wolfe recently released a top 10 via Twitter.
Why So Serious❓ pic.twitter.com/0LTgzVfJD2
— Bobby “HOLLYWOOD” Wolfe🎬 (@iambobbywolfe1) March 17, 2018
He has visits scheduled to Texas A&M on April 14 and to Colorado on April 29.
“I just felt like opening my recruitment is what was best for me because I could see what other schools have to offer as well,” said Wolfe, who admits his decision was tough “because honestly I feel like A&M is where it’s at.”
One thing apparent when talking with Wolfe is that he is not lacking for confidence.
“I’m explosive, man, and when that ball is in the air, you know it’s mine,” Wolfe said. “I don’t care who I’m up against – when that ball is in the air, it’s mine. I can hit as well. Most defensive backs won’t hit you up top, but I will. I’m explosive, I’m a playmaker and I’m unpredictable.”
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